Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump's personal attorney, on Sunday asserted that former Trump attorney Michael Cohen "should" cooperate with prosecutors.
Cohen is awaiting a potential indictment in a criminal investigation in NY, according to CNN, and he has been under investigation due to his business dealings, but has not been charged with any wrongdoing. "What I do know is, there is no evidence of wrongdoing with President Trump".
Cohen spoke to several friends before his interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos, the news network reported. "At some point, probably a little foggy as to exactly when, the president found out and reimbursed him", Giuliani said on ABC's "This Week".
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Last week Mr. Cohen, who is being investigated for campaign finance violations and other financial crimes, said his "first loyalty" belongs to his family and country, leading to speculation that he may "flip" on the president. "I just don't think so, '" Cohen's friend said to CNN. "Michael Cohen deserves to tell his side of the story - subject, of course, to the advice of counsel".
Davis said he was struck by Cohen's sincerity in the interview, his first since federal agents raided his home, office and hotel room in April as part of an investigation into his business dealings.
"This is something he would have paid for no matter what", Giuliani said.